Whether you are a solo traveler or you are the one who loves to travel with their flock of peers, every one of us has a list of must-visit places in our lifetime. And, Ladakh is that one place! Located in the North-Indian territory of Jammu and Kashmir and bounded by the Great Himalayas on one side and the Karakoram range on the other, Ladakh is widely known for its awe-inspiring landscape and unique culture. Despite its lack of modern infrastructure, luxurious hotel facilities and with the most treacherous roads in the world, Ladakh tour packages are some of the best-selling holiday packages in India.
Ladakh evokes the visions of some Martian landscape. With towering mountains, ancient Tibetan monasteries, shimmering lakes, welcoming locals, and elusive wildlife, Ladakh remains on the top of the bucket list of many adventure seekers. The thrill of crossing high-altitude passes on a bike, the joy of seeing surreal lakes like Pangong, the panoramic views from monasteries perched on a hill, and the taste of local cuisine doesn’t fade quickly after spending a holiday in Ladakh. It’s a destination that attracts nature lovers, adventurers, honeymooners, and families alike. The second largest district of the country, the cold desert of Leh is well connected to major cities of India via transports of air, rail, and road. Ladakh tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, or Kolkata offer travelers a chance to explore the stark yet beautiful landscape of one of the most beautiful places in India. Also known as the “Land of High Passes”, and “The Top of the World” Ladakh is a dream destination for travelers from all over the world. Unforgettable landscapes, crystal clear blue lakes, picture perfect gompas, spinning prayer wheels, colorful fluttering prayer flags, and dramatic rugged mountains are a must-see for all travel and mountaineering enthusiasts. Sitting at the height of 9,800 ft, Ladakh is a high-altitude cold desert surrounded by great mountain ranges and massive glaciers and receives very less amount of annual rainfall. The best time to visit Ladakh for a fun-filled vacation extends from April until September including the peak season from May to June when tourists from all around the globe choose economical Leh-Ladakh holiday packages. During these months, the maximum temperature fluctuates between 14oC – 18oC. Thrill-seekers avail adventurous Leh-Ladakh tour packages for the months of winter i.e. December to February when the temperature drops below 0oC, especially for Zanskar Chadar trek. Enjoy outdoor thrills in Nubra Valley, swimming and camping at Pangong Lake, and click selfies at Khardung La Pass on your holidays in Leh. Make your getaway to Ladakh special by availing our all-inclusive itineraries. Go through our list of all-inclusive packages to Leh Ladakh mentioned below and enjoy a hassle-free trip to Leh Ladakh.
Day 1: Arrival at Leh
Leh awaits your arrival with the commencement of your Leh sightseeing tour, get ready for a heavenly over the top view of the mountainous terrain of Leh, as you fly oversights like Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum summits, and Nun Kun Massif, and an upcoming encounter with the paradisal desert city of Jammu and Kashmir state. Upon reaching Leh, you would be comfortably escorted to your hotel to stay. Check into the hotel and bide indoors today to attune to the high altitude conditions. Before retiring for the night, relish a piping hot specialty of Leh.
Day 2: Leh – Sightseeing Jaunt
Leh local and historical charms are the highlight of today’s itinerary the day begins with a filling breakfast at the hotel, and succeeding it is a full day sightseeing tour in Leh. The places that colour your tour itinerary today are Leh Palace, Hall of Fame, Shey Palace, Shanti Stupa, and Leh Market. In the evening head back to you’re as a luscious dinner awaits you, a post which can take your bit of shut eyes for the night.
Day 3: Transfer to Nubra Valley
This day of your Leh sightseeing tour takes you to Nubra Valley Commence your day with a hearty morning meal, and start your drive to Nubra Valley via Khardung La, the highest motorable road in the world. Upon reaching Nubra Valley, check into the hotel/camp and spend the evening at leisure with a visit to a Ladakhi Home. Once done return to the hotel for a comfy overnight stay. Distance from Leh to Nubra Valley: 150 Km Travel Time: 4 Hours (Approx.)
Day 4: Nubra Exploration
Enjoy exploring the local villages of Nubra Valley on this day of your Leh sightseeing tour Kickstart your day with a delicious morning meal and get ready for a drive to Hunder which is followed by a Bactrian camel ride. While enroute to Leh, stop at Diskit and excurse the local areas of the place including a visit to the old monastery. Upon reaching Leh, spend your day at leisure, followed by an overnight sojourn at the hotel in Leh.
Day 5: Pangong Lake Expedition
Relish a scenic drive and an engaging sightseeing on this day of your Leh sightseeing tour Indulge in a hearty breakfast this day and start your tour with a drive to Pangong Lake via the third highest motorable road, Chang La. While enroute, pay visits to Shey Palace, 3 idiots Rancho School, Thiksey and the Changla Pass. As the evening draws, return to the hotel in Leh and post a delectable dinner retire for the night.
Day 6: Tour Ends
Fly back to your homeland with happy memories of your tour an exciting tour comes to an end on the 6th day of your Leh sightseeing tour, as post checkout you will be transferred to the domestic airport from where you can board the flight back home.